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Nelson D. Schwartz and Floyd Norris also of the Times begin their article on the subject with the right foot forward, but continue in what Danny Schecter railed about in SmirkingChimp as lugubrious feldergarb.
If you think that Hillary's talk about revising NAFTA is pure campaign feldergarb, you are as smart as I think you are.
He used "frack" and its cousin "feldergarb" as alternates for curse words because the original "Battlestar" was family-friendly and appeared on Sunday nights.
Larson originally developed "frack" -- the "C" was removed later by Moore and his team to make it a true four-letter word -- as well as other words like "feldergarb" and "yahrens" to help remind audiences that while they were watching humans, they were still quite alien to what we know society to be like.